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Wire hookup to distributer cap.

How do you hook the plug wires on your 1986 jeep cherokee 4.0 6 cyl up to your distributer cap. I know the firing order is 153624 but dont know how to hook the wires to the distributer cap.

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Wires just pull out of the top of the cap. Do them one at a time and you won't have a problem putting them back.(they just push into each hole.)

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